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Marina redevelopment still expected to go ahead despite delays

DOUGLAS Shire Mayor Julia Leu says she’s ‘extremely confident’ the $200 million marina redevelopment will go ahead despite the developer pulling its application. The decision by Crystalbrook Collection to rethink plans was an…
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Crystalbrook Collection buys Port Douglas Marina

DEVELOPMENT company Crystalbrook Collection has purchased The Reef Marina. The Port Douglas marina will now be known as the Crystalbrook Superyacht Marina and becomes billionaire developer Ghassan Aboud’s fourth major investment in Far…
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Open space at the heart of the complex

The design for the redevelopment of The Reef Marina has focused on public space and amenity, incorporating a microcosm of the broader Far North Queensland environment with elements like the 'Rainforest Walk' which will create a unique sense…
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Marina decision paves way for future investment in Douglas Shire

THE Douglas Shire Council's decision to grant conditional approval for the $85 million Reef Marina waterfront transformation has paved the way for future investment in the shire. Described by Mayor Julia Leu as “a historic moment and one…
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We've Received Development Approval!

We're delighted to announce that Douglas Shire Council has granted development approval for our Port Douglas waterfront renewal project. The project will regenerate the Dickson Inlet waterfront, providing new levels of amenity for locals…

Three whole years!

Port Douglas, 27th December, 2016 – The Reef Marina is celebrating its third anniversary with over $5 million in achievements –  jobs, super yachts and craft beer. Chris Ellis, Andrew Hooper-Nguyen and Rob Cruz took over the Port Douglas…

More Jobs, Growth, Beds and Boars Forecast in Waterfront Upgrade

The Reef Marina $85 million redevelopment proposal for the Port Douglas waterfront is expected to generate employment for about 320 people and create a further 300 indirect jobs over the two-year construction period, according to figures from…

Port Douglas Waterfront Transformation

An $85 million development application that will continue the transformation of the Port Douglas waterfront into a vibrant community, entertainment and cultural precinct has been lodged with the Douglas Shire Council. Operators of The Reef…

The Reef Marina Proposes a Seafood & Fishing Precinct to Safeguard the Future of the Port Douglas Fishing Industry

The Reef Marina proposes the development of an exciting new ‘Seafood & Fishing Precinct’ to preserve and grow the Port Douglas fishing industry. The precinct will feature the sale of fresh and cooked seafood to locals and visitors,…

The Reef Marina Seeks Preliminary Approval for Waterfront Redevelopment

‘Al fresco’ waterfront dining with spectacular views over the Coral Sea; a café-lined public plaza for catching up with friends; public art pieces showcasing the Port Douglas narrative; luxury townhouses, apartments and high-end holiday…